Travel with the train from Amsterdam to Berlin, one of the trendiest cities in Europe. The metropolis is characterized by an exclusive range of shops, trendy clubs and cultural heritage which exist side by side with hyper-modern architecture.
Bonn is the ideal destination for a culinary or cultural city trip. Travel by train in comfort to the former West German capital and take a look at one of the wine bars or visit one of the many museums in Bonn.
From Amsterdam you will be in this historic city in just 5 hours and 6 minutes with Intercity Berlin. Book a train ticket to Braunschweig from just € 43.
The 1200 year old Hanseatic city of Bremen has many faces: history and tradition go hand in hand with innovation, science and space exploration. A walk through the shopping streets and markets, and a quick stop at one of the restaurants completes the experience of this city.
Cologne is mostly known for its cathedral, but with 12 medieval churches, a Gothic cathedral, a variety of museums and the Cologne Zoo, Cologne is the ideal destination for a cultural weekend away. Every day there are seven train connections that can take you to Cologne.
Go to Dortmund by train for a weekend of shopping as it is the shopping paradise of Germany. Dortmund has a pedestrianised centre with major department stores and boutiques that welcome you. From just <- [prijs_dortmund] -> you can travel by train to Dortmund.
Travel by train to Duisburg in 2 hours from Amsterdam. The harbour city has much culture, including a few interesting museums. ICE International tickets to Duisburg can be bought from <- [prijs_duisburg] ->.
Fashionista? Dusseldorf is Germany’s fashion capital. Here you will find the famous Königsallee or 'Kö', an upscale shopping street full of boutiques. But Düsseldorf offers much more. Such as the medieval Old Town ond the many trendy restaurants and nightclubs.
Essen is the ideal destination for an art and cultural trip. The entire therer is a wide range of exhibitions, concerts and musicals in Essen. With ICE International it is very easy to reach Essen, you will in the very centre of the city.
Frankfurt is the financial centre of Europe, but it is not all business in this German city. The beautiful architecture, the events in the Frankfurter Messe, the many shops, bars and restaurants make Frankfurt the ideal place for a city trip.
With more than 2,300 bridges over the many canals in the city, Hamburg has more bridges than Venice and Amsterdam combined. This second largest city in Germany is also known for its so-called Gothic brick and brick expressionism.
Every year, many travellers go to Hannover by train to visit the Hanover Fair. In addition, the city is known for its various sporting events, festivals and museums. You can easily book a train trip to the centre of Hanover.
If the sun is shining anywhere in Germany, it has to be shining in Karlsruhe. Nestled between the mountains, this Baden city is known for its pleasant temperatures all year long. You can travel to this Baden metropolis in comfort with the ICE international.
You'll find the old Roman city of Koblenz where the Moezel and the Rhine meet. From € 29 you can reach this charming city in just 3 hours and 42 minutes with ICE International.
Kufstein is a small, fortified town in Tyrol. Kufstein lies at the edge of a nature reserve and is therefore an ideal location for hiking. You can travel with CityNightLine or ICE International.
Leipzig is the largest city in former East Germany after Berlin and is known for the many fairs and cultural activities that take place there. From as low as € 53* InterCity Berlin brings you to Leipzig. You can reach Leipzig in 7 hours and 22 minutes and only have to change trains once.
Mannheim is a haven for artists and art lovers. Classical and modern architecture meet in the beautiful cityscape of Mannheim. You can travel in comfort with ICE International to the centre of Mannheim.
Munich is a metropolis with the charm of a village. Anyone who wants to experience what is most typical of Munich should visit the famous Oktoberfesten at the Theresienwiese. The Alte Pinakothek museum is also well worth a visit.
Münster is a city with an interesting history but is better known today for being an artistic city. Münster is also a great city for shopping or a night on the town in the city’s vast pedestrian zone.
A weekend in Neurenberg: stroll through the medieval history of a town encircled by fortresses with 80 towers and then visit the huge Germanische National Museum.
Oberhausen is a city with many faces. Shoppers make their way to the gigantic CentrO in the heart of the new centre, film fans visit Warner Bros Movie World and nature lovers go to Sea Life.
Osnabrück is a city with a rich history and is nestled between the Teutoburg Forest, the Wiehen Mountains and the River Hase. Also a wonderful city for visitors who love culture, recreation and sports.